Source: Bisnow

It seems like a victory.
The Chicago Independent Venue League, formed last year by club owners around Sterling Bay’s proposed Lincoln Yards project, had loudly voiced concerns that a massive entertainment complex run by events promoter Live Nation could harm the local music scene. Listening to that outcry, Second Ward Alderman Brian Hopkins forced Sterling Bay to do away with the large Live Nation entertainment district and replace it with a series of smaller venues. 

But the local club owners aren’t satisfied yet.

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